College Scholarships for Pharmacy Students

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For those people who have gone to college, you know that it can get expensive. In one hand you have tuition and the next you have rent and food, maybe some gas, and sometimes a student doesn’t have time to hold a job in school.


Add all that up and then add a few more years on for those who attend pharmacy school, and you’ve got a lot to deal with. So how can you get by as easy as possible? Scholarships are a great help! And you don’t have to pay them back like you do with loans.

Is it Affordable?



Pharmacist working at a local drugstoreFor studying pharmacy, tuition costs can range anywhere from $20,000 - $50,000 a year. Sure, most of them offer some form of financial aid to help you get by, but it’s usually not enough, or they slap you with a huge bill once you graduate.


A student must go roughly through six years of school to become a pharmacist. All that schooling will allow them to send out prescriptions to people, and hopefully not to those in a drug detox facility.


Scholarships for Pharmacy Students


Like most majors, there are a handful of fellowships that you can apply for as a pharmacy major. Just be aware of scams, these are never any fun. Here we will list a few relevant ones:


Tylenol Future Care Scholarships

  • McNeil Consumer Healthcare sponsors this bundle of scholarships. Eligibility for these scholarships is simply an undergraduate or graduate student in medicine and health care with one year remaining in your program. There are many awards to offer here, with the top ten winners receiving $100,000.

American Society of Health System Pharmacists Student Leadership Awards

  • Awarded to a scholars who demonstrates leadership ability and has an interest in pharmaceutical practice. ASHP offers around twelve awards each year. You must be in either your second, third, or fourth year of your pharmaceutical program.

RESPy Award

  • Sponsored by Pharmacy Times, they honor outstanding students who display exemplary behavior and showcase a great potential. You must be involved in volunteer activities as well as a high level of professional/public health related activities outside the classroom. Your College Dean must also nominate you.

So there are a few scholarships for you to apply to. You can easily find more to apply to by doing a Google search or enter here to win $10,000 cash as part of free scholarship opportunity.  Be careful and research the funding organization before you give them any personal information.


















NameAddressType
Auburn UniversityAuburn, Alabama, Auburn University, Alabama 368494-year, Public
Charter College-Anchorage2221 E Northern Lights Blvd Ste 120, Anchorage, Alaska 995084-year, primarily associate's, Private for-profit
Daymar College3309 Collins Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 402454-year, primarily associate's, Private for-profit
Creighton University2500 California Plaza, Omaha, Nebraska 681784-year, Private not-for-profit
St. John's University, Queens8000 Utopia Pky, Queens, New York 114394-year, Private not-for-profit


If you know of any great educational grants to qualify for, please leave them in the comments below.

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